NBOME Begins National Search for Vice President for Clinical Skills Testing and Senior Vice President for Assessment
October 17, 2017
The National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners (NBOME), the leading assessment organization for the osteopathic medical profession, has opened a nationwide search for a Vice President for Clinical Skills Testing (VP CST) and a Senior Vice President (SVP) for Assessment. A search committee, including members of the NBOME Board and Executive Leadership Team, is spearheading the effort to identify these individuals who will join a team of dynamic leaders and staff that are passionate about the NBOME’s mission of protecting the public.
The Vice President for Clinical Skills Testing will lead and direct the development, administration and staff of the COMLEX-USA Level 2-PE examination at two National Centers for Clinical Skills Testing (Philadelphia and Chicago), client clinical skills examinations and studies, and will develop emerging technologies and innovations in clinical skills testing. This role is also responsible for communicating with internal and external stakeholders, including the NBOME Board, the Advisory Committee, deans and other medical school staff, national and international medical education and assessment professionals, and state medical licensing boards.
Qualified candidates have a DO degree, an active state medical license, board certification, and 3-5 years experience for leadership of a clinical skills testing program.
The Senior Vice President for Assessment is responsible for operational oversight of all aspects of assessment including test development, psychometric operations, research, and test administration for the COMLEX-USA licensure examinations and other NBOME assessment products. The SVP also serves as the senior physician clinical content expert and supervises the assessment leadership team as well as numerous other staff members and members of NBOME’s National Faculty. The SVP for Assessment works from the NBOME Corporate Offices in Chicago with frequent travel, including to the Philadelphia office.
Qualified candidates have a DO degree, an active state medical license, board certification, experience in an academic environment, 5-10 years of clinical patient care experience, and excellent writing and editing skills, as evidenced by a track record of published textbook chapters, manuscripts in peer-reviewed academic and/or clinical journals and experience in test question writing for NBOME or other assessments.
To apply for these opportunities, please visit our Employment Opportunities page.